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Re: was chores, now Swamp Rose

Cathy, what is it about the Rosa palustris that you do not like??  Just 
wondering.  I have had one for about 5 years now, I love it.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 6/8/2003 11:02:56 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> You are making me very nervous Cathy--- I planted many of these same
> species in my wet area.... although the houttuynia cordata didn't like
> it and died off. But my swamp rose and prairie cord grass are just
> starting to grow, actually though I lost them...
> Are you saying I should destroy them now before they really take hold? I
> know at the nature center there are large stands of this stuff... but
> since it has been there since the beginning of time didn't realize it
> would be that much of a problem.
> Donna 

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